Don’t get me wrong, when it comes to reviews, I am not sold that they are any indication of a film’s actual worth. Lots of times, reviewers get it wrong. The Wizard of Oz, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Graduate, Annie Hall, and Psycho all received bad reviews right after they were released. So, reviews are to be taken with a grain of salt.
Spectre brings 007 full circle, taking pieces of every Daniel Craig James Bond film and mixing in what made us fall in love with Bond in the first place, resulting in one of the best films of the year. Continue reading Spectre Review
It was the Saturday of opening weekend for the Fantastic Four. We went to a matinee. We even went a little early because when we went to the same showing of Jurassic World, we were turned away. Make no mistake, my expectations for Fantastic Four were nowhere near as high as for Jurassic World. The underwhelming audience response, however, was even more of a surprise than the complete about face that Fox took in its approach to this movie. Fantastic? Not so much, though it did have some really solid moments. Continue reading Fantastic Four Review
Marvel’s newest addition to the Cinematic Universe may have looked like a disappointment at the box office (if $58 million could possibly be a disappointment) and he may be the smallest hero this world has to offer, but Ant-Man delivered in a very big way. Continue reading Marvel’s Ant-Man Review
It appears that we have a new hit movie franchise on our hands. Continue reading Kingsman: The Secret Service Review
Amidst a cloud of controversy, The Interview is one of my favorite comedies of the past few years. Continue reading The Interview Review
Mad Max: Fury Road wastes no time in setting the tone for what audiences will experience over the course of its two-hour story. Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road Review
Disney continues their live-action series of adaptations with 2015’s Cinderella . Unlike 2014’s Maleficient, Cinderella is a pleasant surprise. Continue reading Cinderella (2015) Review
The long awaited sequel to perhaps the greatest comedy of all time has finally graced our presence. A movie some some didn’t want, some didn’t need, some begged for, and most rushed to theaters to see. For the record, I think Dumb & Dumber is the greatest comedy of all time.